London/Karachi: The marriage of Nobel Laureate and Pakistani activist for ladies’ schooling Malala Yousafzai has develop into the speaking level ever since the 24-year-old shared photos of her wedding ceremony – a non-public affair at her Brirmingham, UK residence – on social media.
Announcing her marriage on Twitter and in addition Instagram, the 24-year-old posted a couple of photos of the ceremony alongside along with her husband Asser Malik and relations. Decked up in a tea pink swimsuit and easy jewelry, Yousafzai is seen finishing up the wedding ceremony formalities in her residence in Birmingham with Malik, the place he has gone on trip.
So who is Asser Malik?
Malala tied the knot with a top-ranked officer of the Pakistan Cricket Board in a small ceremony in the UK. According to his LinkedIn profile, Malik joined the organisation in May 2020. and his Instagram account has many images from varied cricketing occasions.
“Designed player development program for Multan Sultans. Currently serving as General Manager High Performance at the Pakistan Cricket Board,” says Malik’s Linkedin profile. Multan Sultans is a Pakistani skilled Twenty20 franchise cricket workforce.
The couple first met two years again and since then have been in contact and shaped an in depth friendship and later determined to get married with the consent of their households.
According to a supply in the PCB, Malik is a prime performing officer in the cricket board. He joined PCB’s High Performance Centre in Lahore almost two years again as supervisor. “But due to his hardwork and output he has now been promoted to the post of general manager,” the supply stated.
Malala’s previous feedback on marriage
Yousafzai’s latest feedback on marriage to a global trend journal had stirred controversy. In an interview to Vogue journal in June, Yousafzai, an Oxford graduate, revealed that she just isn’t certain if she is going to ever marry. “I still don’t understand why people have to get married. If you want to have a person in your life, why do you have to sign marriage papers, why can’t it just be a partnership?” she had stated.
When she was 15, she was shot in the head by a member of the Taliban in October 2012 and was flown to the UK to obtain therapy. In 2014, she received the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17, turning into the youngest laureate of the prize. She shared the prize with little one rights activist Kailash Satyarthi. Last yr, she graduated from Oxford University with a level in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
(with PTI inputs)